(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload

View the book

item image

(~64 pg)Read Online
(2.8 M)PDF


All Files: HTTPS Torrent (2/0)

Help reading texts

Resources

Bookmark

Di moderne ḳinder dertsihung (192)



fullscreen
Title (alternate script): די מאדערנע קינדער ערציהונג
Author: Bakal, M.
Author (alternate script): מ. באקאל
Publisher: Shiḳago : Modern Poblishing
Language: Yiddish
Digitizing sponsor: National Yiddish Book Center
Book contributor: National Yiddish Book Center
Collection: nationalyiddishbookcenter; americana
Notes: No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.


Write a review
Downloaded 66 times
Reviews
Average Rating: 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: anarchosyndicalist - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - February 23, 2013
Subject: Modern Education
The strive for freedom needs to be planted into the souls of our children. This idea evolved at a particular stage of the radical Jewish workers' movement, so they adopted theories and ideas from humanists like Maria Montessori or Francisco Ferrer. This small brochure offers an introduction into their ideas.

Some chapters have been written by Phillip Krantz (1858-1922), who was a well known anarchist at the beginning of the last century. These chapters are reprints as they have been published before in the Yiddish periodical "Haynt" (Today).

Selected metadata

Page-progression: rl
Scanningcenter: amherst
Mediatype: texts
Shiptracking: a0005
Identifier: nybc214419
Scanner: scribe1.amherst.archive.org
Ppi: 400
Camera: Canon 5D
Operator: scanner-zoe-schacht-levine@...
Scandate: 20130215204255
Republisher: scanner-mitt-raj@...
Imagecount: 64
Identifier-access: http://archive.org/details/nybc214419
Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t6g17b473
Bookplateleaf: 0006
Ocr: language not currently OCRable
Sponsordate: 20130228